Four-Time World Champion “Tuff” Hedeman stopped by the NFR Tailgate to talk about his career and the 2020 WNFR

Pam Minick sat down with Richard “Tuff” Hedeman at the NFR Tailgate Party.

They spoke about the early parts of his career and how he earned his nickname-- “Tuff”.

Hedeman also spoke on the 2020 Wrangler NFR, the Movie 8 Seconds, and his close friend, the great Lane Frost.

Hedeman won the PRCA bull riding world championship in 1986, 1989, and 1991, as well as the PBR world championship in 1995. He is a co-founder of the PBR and is an inductee in both the ProRodeo Hall of Fame and the Bull Riding Fall of Fame.

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